All posts tagged "Republicans"

  • Politics
    Bye-Bye Boehner!

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – While my focus in Nevada is on replacing RINOs with conservatives in the state Legislature – especially in the Assembly – the fact is such a war for the philosophical soul of the GOP is being waged in every state, as well as Congress. In Nevada, conservatives have...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: Boehner to Resign

    (David Eldridge, Roll Call) – Speaker John A. Boehner told fellow Republicans Friday morning he will resign from Congress...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: Day One Pledges – What GOP Candidates Would Do

    (Eli Yokley, Roll Call) – Inauguration Day 2017 could be a busy one if you take the pledges from...

  • Politics
    GOP Primaries needed to get rid of Bad Eggs & Bad Blood

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – It’s not just Nevada that has a gaggle of very bad Republicans in its Legislature.  Missouri just witnessed a sellout of philosophical principle that ranks right up there with the 2015 GOP-controlled Nevada Legislature. On the other hand, California Republicans, surprisingly enough, are the ones setting the good...

  • Opinion
    Today the Conservative TAKEOVER of the GOP starts in your neighborhood

    (Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman) – Conservatives have the power and the numbers to take back their government...

  • Opinion
    5 Reasons serious TV debates are impossible

    The forum precludes rational discussion (David Bier & Daniel Bier, FEE) – If you’re looking for a sober...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: Post-CNN Debate Thoughts

    (Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call) – Given there are still four and one-half months until the Iowa caucuses, why...

  • Politics
    GOP candidates rise above gotcha formula

    (Rick Manning, NetRightDaily.com) – I hated the CNN debate format. Structured like a giant mud-wrestling match, CNN moderator,...

  • Opinion
    How Conservatives can “takeover” the GOP

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – After reading this weekend’s columns by Richard Viguerie and Phyllis Schlafly on starting the conservative “Takeover” of the Republican Party at the precinct level, a number of you have asked how to go about becoming a member of the Central Committee and doing just that. But before getting...

  • Opinion
    Possible Pyrrhic Victories

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – Two recent developments might lead to the dreaded unintended consequences: Pyrrhic victories. A Pyrrhic victory is defined by Wikipedia as a win that comes as such a high price that is tantamount to defeat. Pyrrhic victory number one. CNN has decided to change the rules as to which GOP...

  • Opinion
    Republican-Required Referendum

    (Paul Jacob, Liberty Initiative Fund) – Last November, Nevada Republicans scored a “stunning” political sweep. The party’s incumbent...

  • Politics
    Gingrich: Liberal Hysteria and the Growing Populist Rebellion

    (Newt Gingrich) – Hillary Clinton compares Republicans to terrorists. Jorge Ramos says being temporarily ejected from a press...

  • Politics
    The rise of the non-politician

    (Robert Romano, NetRightDaily.com) – Donald Trump. Ben Carson. Carly Fiorina. What do these three Republican presidential contenders have...

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